Buying an Airlisting property - the benefits and steps involved

This video explains WHY people, every day, sign up and save the search of what they are looking to buy, and also explains HOW the buying process works on Airlisting.  

Airlisting properties have undergone independent valuations and are being sold direct from the owner. This being said, buyer enquiries are managed professionally and efficiently by Airlisting and almost all inspections of Airlisting properties are run by professionals.

So, as a buyer, you can expect the same or a higher level of professionalism as when dealing with a traditional real estate agent, only you get the confidence of buying valuation-backed properties and potential financial benefits due to buying direct from the owner.

The steps to buy and Airlisting property...

Step 1: Save your search + be notified - Airlisting listings are backed by independent valuations, contain huge amounts of information, can be searched using details and metrics most other sites do not offer and can see both sellers and buyers win financially as no agent commissions are paid. For these reasons you might choose to save a detailed property search on Airlisting of the exact type of property you’re looking for and then our team can start to look for properties that match your criteria. We’ll notify you the second that a property matching your description lists on Airlisting.

OR Step 1 - Find Airlisting properties on a major listing site - Most Airlisting properties are advertised on and If you have found an Airlisting property you’re interested in on one of these sites, send an enquiry and you will be directed to the property’s listing on Here you can find more information, book an inspection or make an offer.

Step 2: Book an inspection - Book into an upcoming Open Home or book a private inspection at a time that suits you.

Step 3: Make an offer - Offers can be made 24/7 by hitting "make an offer" on the property's listing. All the standard terms and conditions are there, plus common special conditions. All listings also have a draft contract you can download and review. Once you submit your offer, the seller will be able to "accept", "decline" or "counter" it. If your offer is declined, you will be notified. If countered, you will receive the offer back with the seller's requested changes for your actioning.

Step 4: Come to an agreement - If your offer is accepted, a copy will be sent to all registered buying and selling parties plus your conveyancing lawyer. The seller's conveyancing lawyer will be instructed to immediately action the agreement and a formal contract will soon be to you and your lawyer for signing. 

Step 5: Under contract, unconditional, sold & settled - Once the formal contract is signed, your property purchase is under contract. If either you or the seller opted to use Airlisting’s suggested conveyancing providers, you will receive live updates of the progress towards settlement.

Step 6: Move in + celebrate